Archive for the ‘Honda’ Tag

Hondata Ver. 3 Tested & Reviewed

Wednesday, 3 September 2014, 13:49 | Tech | 0 Comment

The newly released Version 3 S300 of the S series modules is the latest and greatest in tuning solutions for Honda engines. Hondata has been considered the benchmark for Honda engine management for years. Their newly released Version 3 S300 of the famed S series plug-in modules is the latest and greatest in tuning solutions […]

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Happy 25th, MX-5 Miata! Three Generations of Mazda’s Sports Car Compared—Plus Our Original Reviews!

Tuesday, 2 September 2014, 17:52 | News | 0 Comment

With Mazda’s pokey little MX-5 Miata sports car celebrating its 25th birthday this year and the new, fourth-generation car’s arrival just around the corner (tomorrow!), we called a staff meeting to determine how best to celebrate. Cross-country trip? Already done (thanks, Road & Track). Take one racing? Also not exactly a new concept ...

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Luxury Lugging: Towing My Track-Prepped Integra with a New Cadillac Escalade

Thursday, 28 August 2014, 11:46 | News | 0 Comment

Yesterday, when we posted to our Facebook page our instrumented test of the 2015 Cadillac Escalade, the commenters went nuts. Not over the lumbering SUV, mind you, but over the car it was towing in the picture: my personal track vehicle, a 1998 Acura Integra GSR. Seriously, the vast majority of 250-plus comments focused on […]

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10 Green Cars that Don’t Suck: Eco-Excellence at All Price Points

Wednesday, 27 August 2014, 17:46 | News | 0 Comment

Mix pious intentions with dreary mechanical bits and then stir in some driving misery, and the result is a “green car.” Green not in the color of its paint, but in the environmental virtue of its engineering and marketing. Green as in economical with fuel but stingy on fun, great with emissions but lousy to […]

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10 Things You Need to Know About the 2016 Volvo XC90

Wednesday, 27 August 2014, 16:49 | News | 0 Comment

Volvo touts its all-new 2016 XC90 SUV as the first product of the “new Volvo” and the launch of a company-wide rebirth. While Volvo isn’t completely flipping the script—and, say, making six-wheeled military motorcycles—the XC90 does represent its first independently developed car since being financially sugar-daddied by ...

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Green Oval: Ford Planning Prius-Fighting Dedicated Hybrid Model for 2019

Monday, 25 August 2014, 17:28 | News | 0 Comment

Better 20 years late than never: According to Reuters, Ford is planning its first dedicated gas-electric hybrid model for the 2019 model year, to compete directly against the Toyota Prius. (The C-Max doesn’t count, since it was initially sold in Europe as a regular MPV.) Since Toyota’s reigning hybrid champ hit Japan in 1997 and ...

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Honda CR-Z HPD Supercharger Kit Boosts Hybrid Powertrain to 197 HP

Friday, 22 August 2014, 13:13 | News | 0 Comment

Kit costs $5495 not including installation. Read more from source:“automobilemag.com”

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2016 Honda Pilot Spied: Longer, Less Blocky, With a Lotta MDX

Thursday, 21 August 2014, 18:37 | News | 0 Comment

Honda’s long-overdue replacement for the aging Pilot crossover, caught testing in what appears to be production-ready bodywork, complete with Honda badges. Of course, we can’t make out much of the sheetmetal because these prototypes snapped by our spy photographers are generously covered in loose black camouflage. READ MORE ›› Read ...

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How To Get a 24 Hours of LeMons Budget Exemption: Stuff a Radial Aircraft Engine in a Toyota MR2

Thursday, 21 August 2014, 9:46 | News | 0 Comment

There are several routes to becoming a Legend of LeMons. You can follow our advice about car selection and race something French or British, or maybe a van or a big, cushy luxury car, or even an American Motors product. You can race a donk or a backward pickup truck or a blimp, a “Ferrari”, or […]

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2015 Honda Fit Earns Top Safety Pick from IIHS

Thursday, 21 August 2014, 9:07 | News | 0 Comment

Subcompact now achieves “Acceptable” rating in small overlap test. Read more from source:“automobilemag.com”

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